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Little p Project is inspired by Parker, 
Founded by her Family

Heather and Rob Mansson are the loving and fortunate parents of Parker. 

As the Founder and President of the Little p Project, Heather is the driving force behind keeping Parker's legacy alive in helping families and furthering the fight against pediatric sarcoma.

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Medical Advisory Team

Dr. Fair is board-certified in pediatrics and pediatric hematology and oncology. He is an Associate Professor of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology at the University of Utah and treats solid tumor patients at Primary Children’s Hospital and the Huntsman Cancer Institute.


Dr. Fair received his medical degree from Albany Medical College, completed his Pediatric residency at UT Southwestern in Austin at Dell Children's Hospital, and his pediatric hematology and oncology fellowship at the University of Utah. In addition, he also has a Master of Science degree from the University of Utah.


Dr. Fair serves as the program director for the Primary Children’s Hospital Sarcoma and Musculoskeletal Tumor Program. At the nation level Dr. Fair serves on numerous committees and steering committees including the Rare Tumor Group and the Soft Tissue Sarcoma Groups within the Children’s Oncology Group. 

Douglas Fair


Board of Directors

Holly is Heather’s younger sister as well as her best friend. She has been an amazing aunt to Parker since the day she was born. Holly is in her 24th year of teaching and has her Master’s in Education.  ​

“This girl. I cannot begin to express what she means to my family and me. She is the closest thing my boys have to a sister and she is cooler at 10 than I will ever be. I’m not biased, that is just how amazing she is"

Holly Yarbrough
Parker’s Auntie

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